Frank Ocean has dove into the nightclub scene with his new party series taking place in New York called PrEP+, named after a preventative HIV drug. These nights are an ode to the ’80s club scene, and has been a heavy influence on Frank’s musical journey. This Halloween, the space will be blessed with sets from “celebrated DJs” who have not yet been announced. They’ll be playing to a group of lucky guests at 52-19 Flushing Ave, Maspeth, NY 11378 where photos and/or videos have been banned from the venue.

The party series is being described as a function for dancing and loving your fellow man. The house rules state “No photos or videos are allowed. Consent is mandatory. Zero tolerance for racism, homophobia, transphobia, sexism, ableism or any form or discrimination. The dance floor is for dancing.”

Many might not know exactly what to wear to such an event, or might think going super hard and dressing formal is the way to go, but if you plan on really dancing, you want to be comfortable, which can be done in style of course. The silk J.press x Opening Ceremony shirt paired with the Eytys jeans, and Reebok sneakers is a strong look for partying the night away. Additionally, Lanvin‘s ear clips and Heron Preston NASA hat are easy accessories to top off a fit.

For more options check the list below.

Nicola Indelicato Cycling Shorts

Cycling Shorts

Nicola Indelicato


Reebox Daytona DMX II’s

Daytona DMX II



Heron Preston NASA Hat


Heron Preston


J.press x Opening Ceremony Silk Shirt

Silk Long Sleeve Shirt

J.Press x Opening Ceremony


New Balance x Aries 991’s


New Balance x Aries


Nike Sleeveless Gilet

Sleeveless Panelled Gilet



Eytys Tar Jeans

Cypress Tar Jeans



Telfar Small Shopping Bag

Small Shopping bag



Lanvin Ear Clip

Single Clip Brass Mono Earring



GmbH Mesh Tee

Panel Tee



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Words by Noah Thomas
Assistant Editor
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